What I don't look like
Keywords: Change; Memory; Henri Bergson; Movement; Death
|John Cobb - Process Thought & Its Applications - www.sarcastro.net|
In this CPS seminar John B. Cobb, Jr. places process thought in its historical and philosophical context, introduces the basic doctrines of Whiteheadian philosophy, and some of its apllications to other areas, including quantum physics, evolution, the mind-body problem, and economics. More information available at http://www.ctr4process.org.
Keywords: Alfred North Whitehead; Henri Bergson; Process Studies; Process Philosophy; John Cobb; William James; John Dewey; Philosophy
|Isabelle Stengers - Thinking With Whitehead (Foreword & Introduction)|
A sample of Isabelle Stengers book on Whitehead.
Keywords: Isabelle Stengers; Henri Bergson; Alfred North Whitehead; Process Philosophy; William James; John Dewey; Philosophy
|Powers of the Hoard: Notes on Material Agency - Jane Bennett, Johns Hopkins University (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Keynote Address delivered by Jane Bennett for "Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: Ethics and Objects in the Early Modern and Medieval Periods" Conference, hosted by George Washington University's Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute @George Washington University, 11-12 April 2011.
Keywords: vibrant materiality; vitalism; hoards/hoarding; object-oriented ontology; thing theory; distributed material agency; political ecology; poetics; Bruno Latour; Spinoza; Henri Bergson; Lucretius
|The Absolute of Pure Difference (2013) - Jonah Dempcy|
This is a film I've been working on for a few months now, inspired by Zizek's film THE PERVERT'S GUIDE TO CINEMA (2006). Basically I show clips of movies and talk about them from a Jungian-Lacanian (and a little bit Deleuzian) perspective. I also draw heavily from Richard Tarnas' work on archetypal cosmology. The title is "The Absolute of Pure Difference" and it is split between two parts: "The Archetypal" and "The Sacred and the Profane." The first section explores the archetypal dimension of f...
Keywords: film analysis; literary criticism; archetypes; the absolute; Henri Bergson (Philosopher); Gilles Deleuze; Bergson; Jung; Lacan; Deleuze; James Hillman; Richard Tarnas; Felix Guattari; A Thousand Plateaus; Cosmos and Psyche; reality; time
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|Jonah Dempcy - Absence as False Composite (2012) - Jonah Dempcy|
Talk given by Jonah Dempcy in November 2012. Henri Bergson introduced the idea of the false composite, a concept which pretends to be one thing but is actually a combination of other things. For instance, chaos pretends to be its own thing, but is actually a false composite of order plus negation. Nothingness pretends to have come a priori to existence but nothingness is actually comprised of existence plus negation...
Keywords: Bergson; Bergsonism; Zizek; Deleuze; false composite; philosophy; absence; Lacan; Derrida; deconstruction; postmodernism; Henri Bergson (Philosopher); Gilles Deleuze (Philosopher); Jacques Lacan (Psychoanalyst); Jacques Derrida (Philosopher); Slavoj Zizek (Philosopher); Boundary Logic; cultural theory; psychoanalysis; psychoanalytic theory; poststructuralism; Alain Badiou (Philosopher); Louis CK (Comedian); Quentin Meillassoux (Philosopher)